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100% would recommend it to a friend
stay in a museum
at first we had a awefull room right over the kitchen - room 17 - it was very hot in there and when u opend the window u can hear the fridge working really loud - but after complaining, the staff was very nice and really helpful and they changed our room to a suite on ground floor.
after all a very pleasant and relaxing stay.
Great for the outdoors (and dog lovers)
Lovely welcome, lovely food & entertaining flock of geese.
Unique and charming
Excellent hotel full of old unspoilt charm, with great, friendly staff.
Only downside, a terrible shower!
From the moment we walked into reception we felt thoroughly looked after and relaxed.
Being low season we were offered a complimentary double upgrade to a beautiful four poster bedroom with en suite & jacuzzi.
There were extra courses added to our meals with the chef's compliments.
The hotel was peaceful, warm and Judy brilliant in every way.
Service was so friendly without being intrusive of our privacy.
Nothing was too much bother for any if the staff.
Best hotel experience we've ever had.
Very welcoming and friendly hotel.
Unlike other hotels that accept dogs, Two Bridges went above and beyond to make our dog feel welcome, they left a lovely little present of doggy treats and toys in our room, a lovely little touch.
Our room was very clean and cosy. The food was amazing. I would highly recommend sitting with a drink by one of the fires, it's a great atmosphere. All in all a wonderful hotel, we can't wait to go back.
Traditional hotel with excellent staff
We enjoyed our stay in this very traditional hotel - pretty building in a lovely location.
Our room (20)needed some updating as the single glazed sash windows created lots of condensation in the morning, and only one could be opened. Nice dining room and excellent staff.
Wonderful place to stay to explore Dartmoor
Love the atmosphere of hotel.
Stayed in a four poster bed, with pictures of Prince of Wales and Mrs Simpson, complete with newspaper cuttings from the time. Staff very friendly and helpful. They even lent me a teaspoon to take on my picnic and I forgot to return it, but will do so on my next stay. Only minor quibble, they had run out of gluten free bread which I had requested, could keep a spare in the freezer!
Dartmore -charming, cosy & relaxed
This is a lovely hotel as long as you are not expecting 'shiny modern'.
It's full of old world charm -log fires, comfy bed room (with random furniture).The bed was a bit over soft for me but generally fine and the room was clean. The food was really good -bar food or a more formal resturant. The staff were nearly all young, very polite and helpful, they were so nice. It was a real pleasure to stay there, by the end of 2 dsys we felt totally relaxed. And truly dog friendly.
A city break in the country
A well situated hotel for a restful few days away from the city.
We stayed for three nights on a bed and breakfast basis. Princetown was easily accessible for a less formal evening meal. We had a very relaxing time there and travelled to nearby towns without the stress of long journeys.Our room was clean and the staff were friendly.